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Bobby's Cane to compete in Band Fight

New Westminster secondary grads Bobby Jeboult (centre right), guitarist Jesse Dodds, drummer James Unger and bassist Scott Sproule collectively are Bobby’s Cane. - Contributed photo
New Westminster secondary grads Bobby Jeboult (centre right), guitarist Jesse Dodds, drummer James Unger and bassist Scott Sproule collectively are Bobby’s Cane.
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New Westminster band Bobby’s Cane is getting ready to lay down some serious licks as one of 12 contenders in AMP Records’ second Band Fight competition which begins on Nov. 7.

The rock/alternative quartet, led by front man and co-founder Bobby Jeboult, who is blind and uses a cane, will perform a live show at Vancouver’s Library Square Public House on opening night of the four week battle that concludes Nov. 28.

That’s when the four finalists will play off in a boxing ring concert for a professional recording session and full radio promotion campaign.

Jeboult, guitarist Jesse Dodds, drummer James Unger and bassist Scott Sproule all attended New Westminster secondary.

They’re in the process of recording their first EP.

For more information about the Band Fight competition, including music clips from all the contenders and ticket information go to www.amprecordsco.com

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